String Cheese Incident Live at Bar One - Squaw Valley Ski Resort on 1997-03-30
100 Year Flood
Mouna Bowa > Jam >
Salt Creek *
Lonesome Road Blues *
Well You Needn't >
On the Road
Lester had a Coconut
Come As You Are
CD 2 - Set 2:
Rhum 'n' Zouc**
Born on the Wrong Planet >
So What*** > Jam*** >
I Know You Rider
When Will I
Eat My Dust >
Collection StringCheeseIncidentBand/Artist String Cheese IncidentVenue Bar One - Squaw Valley Ski ResortLocation Tahoe City, CASource SBD > D8Lineage Sony PC-R300 > NJB3 > CDWAV > FFETaped by LobsterTransferred by Lobster
* Acoustic: Bill, Keith, Mike and Will (whose last name is unknown) on banjo, who was met by the band half an hour before the show in the bar.
** With Emily from Vermont (last name unknown) on violin, also met by the band before the show)
*** With Will Sparks on flute
3pm Free show; Keller Williams opened the show
February 5, 2013
Hey, that's me!!
I was just wondering about this show, trying to remember what year it was, and decided to google it to see if there was a set list. They probably couldn't have gotten me on stage had I known my banjo spastics would be recorded. Quite the trip down memory lane hearing this, as it was back in the goodle days, long, long ago...
November 25, 2005
This is smokin'!!! Amazing playing and sound. Old school cheese kicks ass!!!!
November 15, 2005
This a great show with some nice earlier cheese. It is nice to see them play with people they just met in the bar. I love the flute on "So What". "Well You Needn't" was a nice jazz sounding number that I had not heard before. "When Will I" and "Eat My Dust" are also nice to hear. The sound quality is excellent especially for a smaller bar. The tracks are labeled a little wrong, it is actually "Resume Man and Born on the Wrong Planet" on one track and "So What > Jam >" on the next two, but that is no big deal, the sound quality more than makes up for that.
November 14, 2005
After 2 nights at Humpty's and partying hard, the band threw us a nice afternoon freebie.
Very casual relaxed atmosphere.
Sound is stellar and the band is cookin'.
The Joker to end the show is still my favorite.